Everything About Sintered Silicon Carbide

The silicon carbide sintered, also known as self-sintering silicon carbide is that it has no silica. It is produced by mixing a fine powder of silicon carbide without oxide sintering additives. To form the powdered isostatic pressing material, pressing by stamping and injection molding is used. After the forming step, the particles are sintered at high temperatures up to 2000 ° C
Sintered carburic silicon has several key properties that distinguish it from others.
• Carborundum sintered density is approximately the same as aluminum. It has a very low density of about 40 percent of steel.
• Silicon Sintering has a high wear resistance in abrasive environments altogether
• It is very difficult and comes second after the diamond
• It has a high resistance to corrosion in most chemical environments
• silicon carbide sinter has a very low porosity
• have an excellent thermal conductor and exhibit low thermal expansion, which means providing resistance to thermal shocks.
Being a thermal conductor, it is one of the most used to design materials facing the mechanical seal. Therefore, it is used in hot oil and hot water applications.
Silicon carbide frit used in axial or radial slide valve bearings,
mechanical seals for petrol pumps, chemicals and equipment such as pumps
and nozzle dies.
Applications of silicon carbide frit
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Sintered
carborundum is known for its low specific density which makes it
suitable for use where there is a critical need for weight requirements.
It is known that the material effectively acts as a ceramic material in the manufacture of shielded protection systems. Compressive strength, high hardness and modulus of elasticity will provide greater capacity.
Heat exchanger tubes
Sintered carborundum tubes are used in the chemical process industry in heat exchangers and tube deposits. The tubes are roughly more than four meters long used in these applications.
Industrial applications paper
The sintered carborundum is known for its good resistance to wear and corrosion. It is known that the material has a hard surface which can give very smooth and polished finishes. This finish provides excellent compatibility with fabric formation and friction coefficients.
Application of the valve of the processing industry
The excellent corrosion resistance of the material makes it ideal for valve applications. Handling of HF acid, treatment and rare earth flashing suspension also use components of the valve material.

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